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Screen is shaky

My screen keeps getting shaky. I thought it was a site I was on at first. But it has been doing it all day!

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    I have the exact same problem and have not been able to figure out the problem

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Often such symptoms are caused by interference.

Try separating cables from other cables, keeps speakers, phones etc away from the display, and try plugging power into a different circuit.

If none help, update the video drivers or connect the display to someone else's computer.

If the issue does not exist on another computer and you have done all the things above, the problem is likely a bad video card or power supply.

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